Well, I wrote something but by the time I went to post, I had been logged out. Oh well. I guess I am to keep this shorter.
I had some issues with the WW program. There is a bit of good advice...namely posture and walking, but the rest I found not helpful. The forum I found distasteful when some members trashed one lady for sharing what worked for her just because it was not part of the WW program. I bought her DVD, but found that instead of inverted yoga moves (supposedly good), I received a video that was based on ballet, eating strangely, dressing oddly, jogging (no jarring is good for prolapse nor your joints), picking kids up in awkward and potentially damaging (to your back) ways, and eliminating in the most awkward, unnatural position of hovering. BTW, this is not a healthy way to do so and can lead to other issues.
I would highly recommend Katy Bowman's program. You can check her information out here: http://www.katysays.com/tail-of-two-pumpkins/
. Make sure that you click on the links to learn more and more about proper squatting and when to start. Build up other muscles first by lunging, crawling, doing the stretch that I will mention next and walking. I will be ordering her DVD hopefully soon. It is currently on sale for $10 USD. I like that you do not have to take any chunk of time out of your day to do anything. You can do these things any time, anywhere, and when space is at a premium, it is good for that too.
What I found helped: no kegels, WW posture, walking, lunging, crawling (helped a lot), then squatting properly. I also found that doing a cat stretch with my belly toward the ground rather than arched up helped. I also go on all fours, relaxing my belly toward the floor, drawing it up to a straight position, then relaxing it again helps some. I also do the Squatty Potty idea. It helps a lot as well. I eat a traditional real (not raw, not fad) food diet while eliminating many synthetic additives (this is for reasons other than prolapse). Homemade whole grain items are consumed here, not store bought white/whole wheat/whole grain. I find the bought stuff like glue.
I have a 1/2 pool noodle in our vehicle to remind me to check my posture. When I feel it behind my back, I remember to check my posture.
I am going to implement taking Magnesium Chloride (I am so inconsistent at times), to help with the healing process. It is used topically (I used 1 1/2 tsp./day) and is the most efficient way to get magnesium. I took it a few years back to cure my psoriasis, and in the process, had a cavity heal as well. What a bonus! It is sold under the name Ancient Minerals.
I am also going to try to be more proactive by starting belly dance. I have a couple of videos that I have been fortunate to buy inexpensively. Belly dance was originally created by the Gypsy people for preparing for childbirth and toning and healing after childbirth. They used plain flowing dresses when they did it, not the skimpy costumes that Hollywood made it famous for...Hollywood also changed the perception of it from something helpful and healing to something strictly sexual. That being said, it does make a woman feel beautiful, but you don't need a fancy costume to reap the health benefits.
It teaches you how to move muscles that you never knew you had and in a gentle way.
Believe it or not, this is a shorter post. I believe no woman should have to suffer and should get an equal shot at helping herself heal, regardless of finances. You can do this. Start slowly, start purposefully and know that it can get better.